Tenuous Definition & Synonyms from 601 Words

Tenuous definition and synonyms from the book 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam with antonyms and illustrations for advanced learners of English. Practice reading and listening comprehension and enrich your vocabulary in real context. /ˈten.ju.əs/ (adj) Tenuous definition too delicate and therefore weak and fragile, fine, feeble, easily broken and damaged, … Read more

Definition of Effete in Visual Dictionary with Real Examples

Definition of Effete in visual dictionary with real examples and context and many synonyms to enrich your vocabulary for GRE, IELTS & TOEFL /ɪˈfiːt/ (adj) Definition worn out and weak, feeble, lacking energy to get things done, ineffectual, affected, mannered – sterile, barren, impotent or infertile due to being overused, unfruitful, infecund, effeminate Example Nuts … Read more

Craven GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Craven GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈkreɪ.vən/ (adj) Definition lacking courage, very cowardly, fainthearted, lily-livered, pusillanimous, spineless, chickenhearted, fearful, timorous, timid, weak, gutless, feeble Example “We could stop ’em, but I’m sure today’s events put a complete end to his megalomaniac tendencies forever.” — Diabetus, Retsupurae, “Let’s Watch Mega Man” Once their plot is foiled the villain … Read more

Feeble 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 27

Feeble 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 27 /ˈfiː.bļ/ (adj) frail, decrepit, unsteady, wobbly, doddering, enervated, debilitated, incapacitated, shaky, delicate – unconvincing, ineffective, pathetic, ineffectual Will you love me when I’m old and feeble? Will you love me when I’m old and gray? When this heart of mine grows tired and weary, Will you love me … Read more

Frail 1100 Words You Need Week 44 Day 3

Frail 1100 Words You Need Week 44 Day 3 Frail 1100 Words You Need Week 44 Day 3 /freɪl/ (adj) weak and delicate, easily damaged, unhealthy, feeble, enfeebled, debilitated, infirm, unwell, in poor health, flimsy, sicky, unsteady, unstable, fragile, puny, decrepit As in many other malignancies, we have learned that combination therapy at the outset … Read more

Decrepit 1100 Words You Need Week 39 Day 1

Decrepit 1100 Words You Need Week 39 Day 1 Decrepit 1100 Words You Need Week 39 Day 1 /dɪˈkrep.ɪt/ (adj) in a very bad condition because of being old age or neglect, elderly and infirm, worn out, weak, frail, incapacitated, feeble, crippled, tottering, doddering, senile, dilapidated, decaying Angola’s decrepit buildings raise safety concerns LUANDA (Reuters … Read more

Pathetic 1100 Words You Need Week 29 Day 1

Pathetic 1100 Words You Need Pathetic 1100 Words You Need Week 29 Day 1 with authentic text, synonyms, antonyms and flashcards for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS /pəˈθet.ɪk/ (adj) causing a feeling of disrespect, disinterest, sadness or sympathy usually due to being unsuccessful or ineffectual, wretched, pitiful, sad, moving, tragic, doleful, touching, distressing, heartbreaking, useless, laughable, … Read more

Puny 1100 Words You Need Week 25 Day 1

Puny 1100 Words You Need Puny 1100 Words You Need /ˈpjuː.ni/ (adj) small and weak, ineffective, petite, feeble, frail, thin, inadequate, tiny, undersized, underdeveloped, minor, paltry, trifling, insignificant, nominal, infinitesimal, meager In a fantastic “QE manual” from the Bruegel think tank, Gregory Claeys, Alvaro Leandro and Allison Mandra do the sums. They reckon Italy will … Read more